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Better Educated Teachers Must Have Better Salaries

The government’s decision to stop hiring secondary school certificate holders for teaching posts is welcomed, albeit reservations.   On one hand it is commendable for the nation to aspire for an improved education system rooted on well trained teachers who are versatile and professional capable of handling the challenges of the fast developing modern world Full Story

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President Jakaya Kikwete, who is on state visit in China, tours China National Offshore oil Corporation headquarters in Beijing yesterday. (Photo: State House)

BoT e-system to clear cheques within hours

Starting early next year, commercial banks will be empowered to submit cheque lists at the Bank of Tanzania twice a day, allowing them to pay clients within hours Full Story

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Coaching Course Winds Up In Dar

A two-week football coaches course kindly supported by the Olympic Solidarity ends in Dar es Salaam today.   The Tanzania Olympics Committee (TOC) secretary general Filbert Bayi said chairman of his committee Gulam Rashid will close the course which he described as a very successful Full Story

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